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Accessibility Information for E-Resources

This guide provides details about the accessibility of the databases and other electronic resources to which Cook Library subscribes.

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Library E-Resources Accessibility

This page provides details about the accessibility of the databases and other e-resources of Cook Library. The entries below list accessibility information about our third-party vendors, and are arranged alphabetically by vendor platforms. Links to VPAT's (Voluntary Product Accessibility Templates), accessibility statements and navigational aids are provided when available.

If you encounter an inaccessible resource, please submit an e-resource feedback form.


Email for more information.

ABC-CLIO Databases

Ability Lab

Alexander Street Press

Alexander Street Press Databases

  • Databases TBD

Association for Computing Machinery

Email if you have any accessibility barriers to report.

Contact the account manager to receive a copy of the VPAT.


Email for further assistance or to acquire the VPAT for the Aurora Metro Books and Nick Hearn Books Modern Plays databases. Alternatively, use the Contact Us form and select 'Access or Technical Problem' from the Inquiry drop-down.


Cambridge University Press

To report accessibility obstacles with Cambridge Companions Online, email or call at +44 (0) 1223 358331.

Cornell University

Directory of Open Access Books

Directory of Open Access Journals

Email for accessibility assistance.

Dow Jones

Direct questions to

EBSCO Databases


To request VPATs for other databases or acquire assistance, email


Gale Cengage


IEEE Xplore



IPA Source

Submit accessibility concerns via the form on IPA Source's Contact Us page.



Contact to acquire accessibility assistance.

Lexis Nexis

Contact for support.

Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research

McGraw Hill

Contact for help with the AccessMedicine database.

MIT Press

Naxos Digital Services

Contact to submit feedback or request assistance.

New York Times


Contact to receive help, provide feedback, or request VPATs for the Black Life in America and the Access World News databases.


Email to receive a copy of the ACR. Questions, concerns and requests for support can also be directed here.


Use the Contact Us form to request accessibility assistance.

Project MUSE

ProQuest Databases

Receive support online at Submit a Support Case or at Chat with Support.
In the United States & Canada, call +1 800 889 3358
For international, call +800 4997 4111 or +1 734-707-2513

ProQuest Databases

  • TBD

Rittenhouse Book Distributor

Sage Publishing

For accessibility assistance or to request any database VPATs, contact


Swank Motion Pictures

Taylor & Francis


TeachingBooks offers a few avenues to communicate feedback about their database.

  • Email: [NOTE: Please use "Accessibility comment" in the subject line of your email]
  • Mail: Attn: User Feedback, TeachingBooks, One OverDrive Way, Cleveland, Ohio 44125 USA
  • Phone: 216-573-6886 (Option 2)

The National Library/National Library of Israel

To submit feedback or request help, contact Rivka Shwicky at 074-733-6162 or

Towson University

U.S. Government

U.S. Government Databases

  • TBD

University of California, Riverside

If you have any questions or suggestions regarding the accessibility of the English Short-Title Catalog database, please reach out to

University of Toronto Libraries


Vendors/Databases with No Accessibility Documentation